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65.
Is This Fort Really Necessary?
F Troop ends its two-year run with an episode featuring Patrice Wymore, the former wife of movie star Errol Flynn. Wymore is cast as Peggy Gray, the sweetheart of Army efficiency expert... Full summary
04-06-1967
64.
Our Brave in F Troop
Suffering from a toothache, Wild Eagle (Frank DeKova) sneaks into Fort Courage to visit the dentist. At the same time, General Sam Courage (played by Cliff Arquette in a rare appearance... Full summary
03-30-1967
63.
The Majority of Wilton
On the eve of his promotion examination, Captain Parmenter (Ken Berry) comes down with a nasty cold. This is the cue for everyone at Fort Courage to test out their home-made remedies on... Full summary
03-23-1967
62.
Carpetbagging, Anyone?
James Gregory, previously seen in two first-season F Troop episodes as Major Duncan, returns to the series in the role of smooth-talking carpetbagger Big Jim Parker. Managing to gain... Full summary
03-16-1967
61.
Marriage, Fort Courage Style
O'Rourke (Forrest Tucker) and Agarn (Larry Storch) have hatched another scheme to sell mail-order brides to the troopers, only to face stiff competition in the form of marriage broker... Full summary
03-09-1967
60.
Guns, Guns, Who's Got the Guns?
Fort Courage is paid a visit by Colonel Adams (Arch Johnson), who informs Captain Parmenter (Ken Berry) that someone in the vicinity is selling guns to the Apaches. Before long,... Full summary
03-02-1967
59.
Only One Russian Is Coming! Only One Russian Is Coming!
Larry Storch appears in a dual role as Corporal Randolph Agarn and Agarn's Russian cousin, Cossack officer Dmitri Agarnoff. Upon his arrival in Fort Courage, Dmitri makes a beeline to... Full summary
02-23-1967
58.
The Day They Shot Agarn
In the series' second takeoff of the TV western Branded, Cpl. Agarn faces death by firing squad for the murder of Sgt. O'Rourke. As Agarn awaits his fate, flashbacks reveal how all this... Full summary
02-16-1967
57.
That's Show Biz
In this sublimely anachronistic episode, Agarn (Larry Storch) resigns from the Army to manage a singing group called the Bedbugs (played by real-life musical quartet The Factory).... Full summary
02-09-1967
56.
V Is for Vampire
Vincent Price is perfectly cast to type as Count Sforza, a Dracula-like Transylvanian nobleman who has taken up residence in a spooky old mansion near Fort Courage. When Wrangler Jane... Full summary
02-02-1967
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